Did you know this week, February 19 - 25, 2017, is Engineers Week? Founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951, Engineers Week is dedicated to promoting the engineering discipline to ensure a diverse, well-educated future engineering workforce. To celebrate, we want to profile what the engineers at ADI Systems do—and the positive impact their work has on the world around us!
ADI Systems is where the exciting worlds of engineering and technology meet. Our team is made up of many different types of engineers, who largely fall into three categories:
- Project managers (civil engineers)
- Process engineers (environmental, chemical, and mechanical engineers)
- Design engineers (mechanical engineers)
Our engineers are inspired to help save the environment by keeping our oceans, rivers, and ultimately our drinking water safe. We work with industrial processors all over the world to design and build innovative systems that responsibly treat wastewater to minimize pollution and protect natural resources.
ADI Systems’ engineers help our customers safely dispose of manufacturing by-products and divert organic waste from landfills. Our anaerobic digestion technologies convert organics into energy-rich biogas, all while helping minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Our aerobic technologies produce high-quality effluent that meets even the strictest environmental guidelines. The water can often be reused in many different applications.
Our engineers have the technical expertise to make a difference in the world through practical contributions to society. Engineers Week is important because it increases public dialogue about the need for engineers, but it doesn’t stop when the week ends.
March is National Engineering Month! Throughout the month, we will be featuring our world-leading engineering team, so be sure to follow our blog for the latest. Stay tuned!